Blackstone Law is a full-service law firm, located in Madison Heights, Michigan. Our practice is comprehensive, responsive, and focused on helping you resolve your legal matter efficiently and effectively. Our law firm is dedicated to protecting our reputation for integrity among the courts and legal profession.
We provide a wide variety of legal services to meet the needs and exceed the expectations of individuals, families, and business clients throughout Oakland County, Wayne County, Macomb County, Monroe County, Livingston County, and Washtenaw County.
We are the law firm people turn to when they need trusted counselors, a skilled negotiator, or an aggressive litigator. We tailor our legal strategy to fit the facts and circumstances of your particular case. We provide free informational seminars on legal matters in your community because we believe knowledge is power and everyone should possess basic understanding of their legal rights.
Hammad A. Khan
Owner and Founder
Licensed Since: 2015
Hammad A. Khan is the owner and founder of Blackstone Law, PLLC. Mr. Khan focuses his practice in Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, and Business Law. Mr. Khan is also the manager of the firm’s office. He is charged with the responsibility of overseeing the quality of all legal services provided.
- Bachelor of Arts in Public Affairs, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, May 2010
- Doctor of Jurisprudence, Western Michigan Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Auburn Hills, Michigan, May 2015
- The Michigan Bar
- United States District Court for the Eastern Michigan District
- United States Tax Court
- Appointed Attorney to the Social Security Administration
- Registered Attorney with Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)
- United States Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit
Publications and Lectures
- Wayne County Community College, Winter Legal Seminar – Expungement Guide to a Clean Record, Lecturer, Detroit, March 2016
- City University of Seattle – HIPAA Violations in Healthcare Administration, Lecturer, Tacoma, January 2019
- Western Michigan University Cooley Law School – Client Service; Networking and Business Development; Going Solo as a Viable Option; Preparing for Solo/Small Firm Practice; Law Firm Economics, Guest Speaker, Auburn Hills, January 2019
Craig G. Brown
Craig holds an Associate Degree in Law Enforcement, a Bachelor Degree in General Studies with a minor in Political Science, a Master of Public Administration Degree with a concentration in Leadership, Post-Master Certificate in Human Resource Management concentrating on organized labor, and a Juris Doctor of Law Degree. Craig has taken and passed the Michigan Bar Exam. He further has an extensive background in criminal justice, with more than 10 years of experience working as a legal assistant. Specialized training includes, in part, data collection, rules of evidence, accident investigation, witness interviews, commercial vehicle inspection, civil rights, torts, business litigation, contracts, labor, employment, arbitration, zoning, and real property. Craig has a passion for writing. He has drafted briefs submitted to the United States Supreme Court, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, Michigan Supreme Court, and Michigan Court of Appeals covering a variety of issues from, the Confrontation Clause to the Void for Vagueness Doctrine and privacy rights in cyber space.
Sir William Blackstone (1723 to 1780) was an English jurist, judge, and Tory politician of the eighteenth century, commonly recognized for his four-volume treatise titled the Commentaries on the Laws of England: I-The Rights of Persons; II-The Rights of Things; III-Of Private Wrongs; and IV-Of Public Wrongs.
The United States Supreme Court has referred to Blackstone’s Commentaries as “the grand bulwark of liberties” and “the Framers’ accepted authority on English law.” The High Court has further cited well-known quotes from Blackstone’s Commentaries when interpreting the meaning of various Amendments in the Bill of Rights. Those oft-quoted phrases include “that no man is to be brought into jeopardy of his life more than once for the same offense” and “the law holds that it is better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.”
Blackstone’s Commentaries are a compilation of words, thoughts, and ideas from a visionary that instill the importance of protecting the private rights to life, liberty, and property against government intrusion. Rights we will all continue to have under our Constitution as long as, there are Lawyers willing to stand for truth and justice, even in the face of adversity and overwhelming odds. Sir William Blackstone’s Commentaries are an effective guide to achieve high moral ground in a judicial forum and for that reason; the name of this firm is “Blackstone Law.”